Point Lobos will reopen Wednesday, January 18th. There are areas of the Reserve that will be kept closed until permanent repairs are completed. Please be aware of the following trail closures: South Shore segment just south of Piney Woods coastal parking lot to Bird Island, Mound Meadow Trail, Gibson Beach staircase, and Moss Cove.
Thanks to the support of 284 donors, the Point Lobos Foundation exceeded our goal for the Monterey County Gives! campaign. Donations made through this campaign will get a pro-rata match determined by the performance of the overall campaign. Monterey County Gives! is an annual end-of-year giving campaign encouraging support for local non-profits. Thank you to the Monterey County Weekly, the Community Foundation for Monterey County and the Monterey Peninsula Foundation for this opportunity to reach our local community. You can still support the Point Lobos Foundation. Contributions are appreciated and accepted year-around. Donations of $45 or more are eligible for [...]
From California Wildlife Day's virtual event on March 20th and 21st. The theme, "Cultivating Resilience in a Changing Climate" was met with great enthusiasm. Point Lobos docent, Don Blohowiak created and shared an inspirational video, "Point Lobos Connected. Protected." watch it here.
Featured Photo by: Manny Espinoza On May 25th, 2022 Seventh & Dolores Steakhouse hosted Point Lobos | Fundraiser, a large format photo exhibition and reception featuring local photographer Manny Espinoza and benefiting the Point Lobos Foundation. The photos can be seen using the link below or by appointment. 20% of all sales go to benefit the Point Lobos Foundation. All photos are available from 24" wide to 168" wide and can be framed, mounted on gatorboard, metal, or as a canvas gallery wrap. Please call or email Manny Espinoza at 831-236-1998 or firstname.lastname@example.org VIEW PHOTOS
Members of the Monterey Bay Plein Air Painters Association were stationed on the trails at Point Lobos State Natural Reserve this past Saturday. Visitors were welcomed to watch these artists as they created memorable artwork. The artwork created Saturday is for sale and a portion of the proceeds benefit the Point Lobos Foundation. If you missed them this weekend, you can see them that their scheduled Point Lobos Paint Out on Wednesday, June 15th. More information can be found on their website MBPAPA.
Protecting the Reserve’s unique natural beauty, ecological significance and historical value.